Pailahue Lodge & Cabanas
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the most popular place to visit is the fuel station as it's also the most essential place to visit since you'll likely run out before you get anywhere close to the next sign of civilisation. Despite rough parts in places, Ruta 40 is being tarmac-ed at a pace. The majority of what we have driven has been new road, so perhaps the inhabitants of these strange little towns are the road builders.
We pitched our tent at a nice little campsite on the outskirts of ...
... which I had earlier locked after putting in our kindles, passports and the iPad, but then couldn't unlock. By then it was around 8pm and Tina wanted to go to bed so I asked if she could ring us when she had the information, as we didn't know what time we needed to be ready for in the morning. My small anxiety was alleviated when she knocked on our door about 15 mins later with the news that we needed to be ready by 7.00am. But she still hadn't figured out how to open the ...
... package is
called the 'honeymoon' package so we received an upgrade on arrival and then an hour
later a bottle of sparkling wine and a congratulations card arrived at the door. So
what else could we do but graciously accept this lovely gesture and celebrate our
20th Anniversary yet again. Well, this whole trip is in celebration of that really.
Here, as also on the cruise, there are groups of women aged in 30s, 40s and ...
Bariloche in Argentina was our first port of call after Chile. This place is renowned for its beauty, both in summer and winter months. Very mountainous and 'lakey'. Firstly though.......3 words.......DULCE DE LECHE!!!!! I don't half look forward to brekky here because it's basically unlimited toast with a thick, caramel-type spread that, quite simply, is NOTHING SHORT OF SENSATIONAL!!!! YUM!! Oh, and to add to that, Bariloche is famed for its ...
... back to town, standing the whole way because it was so busy which was horrible as we were desperate to sit down. We had yet another macdonalds and went back to the hotel to shower and change for our 2 hour horse ride at 6pm. We were picked up by the instructor and taken up to his field of horses. We discovered we were to be riding Western style; with no helmets. Jack had never ridden western style and I've only done it once before in Italy. There were 6 other people on ...